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.MOtTHWHT AMCAmAI TUMK, f«v»H«rHU, ArkaMOT. Friday, April II, 1»SJ UMd Of ttnuWndt in reducing «tu Jmurt Roman MM! bmd. Hear Better B U Y W I S E L Y ! Wlitn burins · Htofins AM · hxilc for All Atctptonce Seal ·/ (to Antf/cmi Mwficol Aiioclnllwi Cwncil on fhylleol MtdiclM ·ml tthotilitetien Free Men May Yet Prevail Oxer Stalinists; Efforts Of West Bringing Results Aslr your Phyiicianl Thli idverlltenwnl ii beil»l run u · Mrvk* to th» htrd-of-heirini by UM m*kerl of hlfh-qullity, low-CMl HEARING AIDS Only $75 * oc '" fl D»it«i AnftoM «t MWtrol. f«lw C.rf DIXIE RADIO (Editor's Note: Three articles in this scries have shown the Stalin stralcgy in Europe--to wait, striking whenever Ihu opportunity offers, building a compact organization ready for blgsur chances. This U the final article of the series,) By WILLIAM L, RVAN Lundon-WVThe towers of the Kremlin throw long shadows. Tifihl-knil parly organlzallons around the world, all Cflsl In n single mold, all lied to the strings of Ihq master puppeteers in Mos- 1 cow, work Incessanlly and unqucs- llonably to [.lorlfy Stalin. This ,1s what the West faces. More and more, diplomats In Ihis parl of Ihc world are expressing the opinion lhal Ihc people of Ihe Weal musl recognize as a fad lhal the Sliilini?!* arc slronf, lhal Ihcy arc organized, thai they con- slitutc powerful menace to EVERYTHING M nUMMNO and SUPPUM FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVfftNMINT AVI. . PHONE 1J41 MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL BUILDING MATERIALS REDUCED Asbestos Siding . $11.25 ^"'.Tr., 210-lb. Shingles $6.50 '»"·» CLOSE-OUT OF EAGLE-PICHER PAINT 1-- I O.l. Ctni OuliM. WhtU ---- wtil5.SOgil.-now $4.50 g«l. Pur. Whll. L.id Ptlnl _____ ..... WM 11,00 gil... now 11.50 ««1. OIw Eiuunil ,, _________ ......... WH ILtiql... .now 11.10 qi. Hit Will PliBt.-- . ______________ w«i 14,41 g«l.-now $3.10 g.l. JT'xI'l" term Docn -- IV* In.-- whtl« pint __________ 17.00 a'T'xI'l" Grill Typ« _________ ............. ........ - ......... M.7S I 1 xl'l". Grill Typ« ______ ..... ______ ....... ____________ M.50 SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER 3 PC. I ATM ROOM SET C4 f* AGO I It H«c«i Jub, UxlT LiTitory, * " «^ ··*"» cloM couplrt commtxlt with lrlm_._ 150 Pay Cath Pay Lttt MORSE MILL CO. HWY 71 SOUTH Western ways of life. Realizing this, say these dlplo- mals, the Wesl will make itself lhat much slronKcr, will k n o w where and how ,to counter Stalin's maneuvers. I Much has brcn. doii.'c already in Ihc military field, b'ul hov: about propaganda? Communist propaganda every- here has been on Ihe offensive, The technique of Ihe big lie, learned from Joseph Gocbhcls, is being used lo an extent Goebbcls never dreamed of. Appe»l Get P.MUltl Appeals to self interest arc carefully launched and have brought r e s u l t s . The International Economic Conference in -Moscow, just ended, nerved the Kremlin well. Moscow's performance never malchcs her propaganda. Bui the propaganda Is aggressive. Can the West sclie and hold the propaganda offensive? . There arc some concrete proposals at hand, and some concrete action designed to snptch Ihe inlliativc from the Communisls. The International Confedcralion of. Free Trade Unions, the Western worker's answer to the Communist World Federation o~. Trade Unions, is readying a full blast campaign which ivill take Ihe issue of freedom or slavery direcl- ly Into the factories, diid to mass groups throughout Europe and the Middle Easl. An International organization of. counler-propagnnda has grown up from Ihc efforts of one French business man, Jenn-Piri) David, lo catch Moscow off base. Radio Effective Radio Free Europe and Rlas, the American radio in Berlin, have highly effective programs. The 1CFTU campaign will gel down lo brass lacks. The 1CFTU, born in 1040 after the Communists seized control of the world federation, now is preparing what Is described as n positive program at gross root levels. It would be totally International movement of the workers themselves, unconnected with any 'government. The Sales Of Department Stores Up In Week St. Louis-tfl'J-Dcpartmcnt store salon in the Eighth Federal He- serve District last week were four per cent higher than in the week before Easter a year ago, the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bink reported today. Sales 'during four weeks ended April 12 were three per cent above those oj the four prc-Eester weeks of 1,951 and four per cent higher than the same pre-Easler period of 1950. Last week's district sales were 16 per' cent greater than during the same calendar week of 1951 with the greatest increase--22 per cent--reported from Little Rock. MONTH TO ortun Phone 17 Stewart Electric Co. efforts w o u l d b e through the ICKTU channeled by trade unionists talking the workers' language. The prospective slogan -is "deeds, nol words." The program Is nol confined to Europe and the Mid- dle."£«t,-.but eventually -would reach out into Asia'and Africa. Snails Become Symbol Free unions in West Berlin also are taking a positive hand in the counter-offensive. Trade unions there, using underground channels, nrc plastering walls and workbenches of factories In the Sovlcl- occupicd Ensl zone with tiny paper snails as emblems of resistance to the Russian speedup system. Another positive movement has been started In France. It has emerged from the "Paix el Lln- crle" (pence and freedom) campaign organized by Jean-Paul David in Paris to needle the Communists at every turn. Us success can be gauged from the violent Communisl rcaclion lo it. It is now entering the international field, with a council already in facing, and is expected lo develop from small beginnings into a potent counter-offensive weapon. There is yel hope lhal free men will prevail. The Orinoco plains of Venezuela are covered wilh wiry grass and dotted wilh scrubby', trees. PLAN TO BUILD S« Our Mit.rUU Git Our PrkM. Try Our Strrlw. DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml St. Ch«lM NEW GATES CONQUEST TIRES A Tough, Dependable Tire at LOW COST GATES TIRES Strong Gatex Bonded Cord Construction and husky, smooth rolling tread for good mileage and dependable service. Yes, they are guaranteed. Take advantage of this Special Low Price THIS WEEK Only SIZE 600x16 AT THE LOW PRICE OF Only 95 Plus Taxes and Yo'iir Old Tire WHITELEY SERVICE STATION Mountain «nd School PiytfttrilU; Ark. Phone 19S7 Your Authorized Gates T'trc Dealer Springdale Dinner guests of Mrs. Ruth B. Allison Thursday night was Mis Thelma Hardlstcr and Miss Madeline Hardister, both of Fayctte- ville, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. liardifitcr and son, Eddie. Glen Parsons is attending a poultry clinic at Springfield, Mo., this week. He is with the Sharp- Parsons Produce Company of SprlnKdalc. The circles of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. O- Kelly was hostess for ihe Henrietta Horn Circle at her home on Center Street. The Edith Martin Circle met at the home of Mrs. Grace Jones on West Emma Avenue, and the Lucy Clark Circle at the church parlor with Mrs. Fred Watson us hostess. The Phebcan Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Harvey Jones on Allen Avenue for a cooperative dinner. Co-hostesses for the dinner were Mrs. C. Cheney, Mrs. Lena Sherry and Mrs. Inez Parsons. Mrs, Steve Lawrence is the teacher ol the class. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Joe McKimm returned Thursday from Mississippi, where they had been on a business trip. The Future Teachers Association of Springdale has announced the election of officers. They are: Frankie Holcomb, president; Palsy Scarcy, vice president; Pat Holt, secretary; Jean Gough, historian; Gayc Warren, parliamentarian; Florence Nctherlon, librarian; and Paula Cummlngs, song leader. This organization Is composed of high school students who are planning 1 lo become teachers. John A. Trice, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Trice ot Little Rock, a former Springdale resident, has completed pilot training at Williams Air Force Base, Texas, and been commissioned a second lieutenant. Lieutenant Trice lived here several years ago while his father was superintendent of schools. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Hart of Bentonville visited with friends and relatives in Springdale Thursday morning. Mrs. Howard Backus was taken to the County Hospital Thursday morning in a Callison-Sisco am- hulance. STie became ill Wednesday night after returning from Little Rock', where she had attended the stale Parent-Teacher Association convention. The Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. J. M. Cook east of Springdale for a cooperative luncheon, Mrs. S. K. Williams wns assistant hostess. Mrs. Williams, who is president of the Fellowship, also presided over the meeting. Mrs. 0. O. Green was in charge of the program. The Navy Unit Commendation has been presented to James C. Seals, hospital corpsman third class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Seals of Springdale. The citation was for extremely meritorious service in the treatment and hos- pitallzation of casualties of the Korean campaign at the United States Naval hospital at Uokasak, Japan. Back To Korea At Own Request Hong Kong-(/P)-Brltlsh Pvt. ·Wil- liam Spearman, 24, winner of the Victoria Cross, is going back to Korea at his own request after almost throe months home leave and some 40 offers of marriage. "1 just want to go along with the boys," he said. Spearman won the Victoria Cross, Britain's highest military award for valor, for leading a grenade attack under heavy fire last April and holding some 600 Reds at bay. New Street For Queen Juliana Paramount, C a l l t.-(!P)-They're not going to roll out the red. carpet for Queen Juliana of The Netherlands here Sunday. But they're paving a street for her lo walk on. The queen and her- consoit, Prince Bernhard, will worship in the $150,000 stucco and'flagstone Emmanuel Reformed Church. The Paramount Chamber of Commerce decreed trial the street in front of the church wasn't up to the Dutch standard of neatness. So il got the county road department to pave the block. Cigarettes To Sell At Minimum Price Levels Washington-(/P)-Arkansas dealers may continue to sell cigarettes at prices required by the slate's minimum price law until fijrlhpi notice from the Office of Price Stabilizalion. The OPS said here yesterday (hat It needed more time to study the minimum markup laws of a large number of slates lo determine what effect they will have on ceiling prices. Thus, the OPS postponed indefinitely an order issued February 1 which would have revoked a previous order allowing dealers to raise ceiling prices on cigarettes to mee the stale's required price. Council's Approval Of Sieel Seizure Vetoed Sroungslown," Ohio-OT-A City Council resolution praising President Truman for seizing the ctce industry and censuring the slee companies' actions in the wage dispute has been vetoed by. the mayor. The Council has no right lo take sides in a labor dispute, Mayor Charles P. Henderson said, and described Ihe resolution : s "th most irrational t hignlh mosl irrational thing the Counci has done in its entire history.' Public Nurse Shortage Halts County Programs Little Itock-W-A shortage o nurses has caused 21 Arl^ansa counties to suspend their basii public health program, Dr. Edgai J. Easley, director of local health service for the Slate Health Department, said yesterday. Dr. Easley listed the counties a; Drew, Little River, Howard Sevier, Madison, Ouachita, Dallas Monroe, Saline, Grant, Clay, Ran dolph, Independence, Polk, Craig: head, Poinsett, Izard, Lafayette Sharp, Stone and Scarcy. Dr. Easley said "the.nurses jus aren't to be had at what \ve can pay them." Old Rogers School Is Sold To Church Group Rogers- (Special) -Sale of th Maple Grove School building ii the southeast part of Rogers t the members of Christ's Church was announced today by the Rog ers special District School Boarc The building was closed when thi new Soullisido School was com pletcd. The building will be remodelec and serve as a church for the ne\ organization, which grew out a series of meetings held here las fall by evangelist Billy James Har gis of Oklahoma. Inquiry Launched After Fatal Fight Hot Springs, Ark.-{^)-An In vestigation is under way here hit the death of Forrest Irwin, 5i who died Wednesday night of hend injury, police Chief Job Ermey said Irwin was in a stree fight Saturday night. Senior Play Scheduled or Tonight At Rogers Rogcrs-(Spocial)-The a n n u a l :ogers High School senior play, a tircc-act comedy entitled "That Crazy Smith Family," will be presented tonight a', the high school auditorium. Its presentation will mark the opening ol commence- icnt activities. The junior-senior kanquet will ollow on May 3. And on May 12 he baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Hel Cray, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Commencement exercises will be May' 16, with 115 memberj of the senior class receiving diplomas. The class is the largest graduated icre in many years. Miss Jan Moore Parks will serve as vale- lictorian, and Miss Jo Ann Fort is salutatorian. CHICK SPECIAL each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery HDRIVilNf · · '7^7^ JL The French legend ot Roland is based on authentic history, an incident in one ol Charlemagne'i campaigns. Wanger, Joan Bennett Appear Friendly Again Los Angeles--Joan Bennett and Producer Waller Wanger, es- .ranged- since he shot her agent, Jennings Lang, last December 18, appeared to be a very loving couple as he kissed her good-bye last night at International Airport. Miss Bennett was off to New York, where she will prepare to lour in a play, . Next Tuesday Wangnr will learn what if any senalty is to be imposed on him [or seriously wounding Lang, whom he accused of breaking up nis home. 'There are seven Romance lan- guages--Portugese, Spanish, Provencal, F r e n c h , Italian, the Rhateo-Romanic idioms and Romanian. TONITE SATURDAY 7:30-9:37 HERE'S A THRILLER IT MIGHT RAISE HAIR ON A BAID HEAD! UN JOHNSON JOANNf OKU WARD IONO HARRY CARIT Report of ih» Condition of BANKOFELKIN5 Elkini, Washington County, Ark. At the close of business March 31st, 1952, a State banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State Published in accordance with a call made by the State Bank Commissioner. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts.-.^$158,279.00 Loans on Real Estate-- 85,750.00 Overdrafts, Secured and Unsecured . 105.78 U. S. Securities not pledged ^ 388,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures 1.00 Banking House* 1.00 Cash and Due from Approved Reserve Banks 201,455.42 BOWL FOR PLEASURE Bentoo Bowling L»ne--Adv. AdTerlbw In Uw TOIEft--It m BRAKES - LIGHTS - STEERING THE BIG THREE OF SAFE DRIVING S» KOHtM and HALl for a FRIE checkup on thw« important safely faclori at Whitel./f Garagu CORNER MOUNTAIN «t SCHOOL WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yeart SMITH RADIO SHOP DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL IS Bl«keley H.ad'i Trio wilh St»T« SUrwyck B U B B L E C L U B TOTAL_ $833,592.20 LIABILITIES Common Stock $ 25,000.00 Surplus Fund, certified 40,000.00 Undivided Profits, Net 2,381.11 Savings Accounts --$192,366.24 Individual Deposits, including Public Funds 573,844.85 Total Amount of all Classes Deposils as Above Shown _-$766,211.09 766.21V.09 TOTAL $833,592.20 State of Arkansas, . ] · Us. County of Washington) I, J. E. 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